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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Danny a part-time user from Savannah, GA writes:
Great module!! I know a lot of people pan this unit but hey-look what you get for the money!! Great sounds and a lot of them. I use this with an a30 to do all my patch changes. I've gigged with it since they came out and have had no problems. If it was stolen I would buy another tomorrow. No its not an 2080 but last time I looked the 2080 wasn't selling for 425.00.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-19-2000 at 01:40
william hogan a professional user from usa writes:
I Work and own Perimeter B Studio`s/Labs I purchased a roland jv-1010 and this thing smokes I use it all over my clients recordings . I highly recommend this because of theture tightness of all the actual sound this moduale offers to the ears it work for my company

Big Will****

posted Wednesday-Nov-15-2000 at 17:11
Joonas Id a hobbyist user from Finland writes:
I'm very happy with it, since I knew its limitations when I purchased one. I use it primarily for sequencing with PC, so I don't really care about the lack of real user interface. And as previously stated here, editing is way easier with SoundDiver than with any kind of built-in interface... I just hate the fact that they didn't bundle any sort of manual with the included JV/XP editor. So I had to learn the hard way (well I use Logic for sequencing so the leap was not that long). As for the sounds, I really can't tell a difference between the 1010 and the 1080, for example, other that the 1010's output IS much more quiet, noisier, whatever. But that's meaningless to me, I just love the sounds, and the programmability (as we all know, the Super JV synthesis system is very deep). Now, which expansion board should I buy...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-15-2000 at 12:41
Bodine a part-time user from Texas, USA writes:
I received my JV 1010 today and straight out the box I was able to find some great sounds to use. A good piece of equipment to have in the studio.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-10-2000 at 22:11
DZ from Studio writes:
I have owned JV-1010/full expanded JV-1080. I sold them both and bought E-mu Proteus 2000. Crappiest thing I have ever owned for the money! Sounds are really crap and yes, you can program your own, but why put 1500 crap sounds to the machine? I found about 10 usable presets of 1500.Effects are not good. THEN I bought JV-1010 back with dance-expansion for over half the price of Proteus. For me it was the best deal ever made. Now I can have usable pianos, strings, pads and some extra drums. I have to say that JV makes good pads and there is quite good piano and strings in Session expansion. Only 2 outputs but I can live with that. Effects are enough good and I usually use them like reverb+chorus+delay. Editing software is good and easy to use. I use VA/analog/other for the bass/lead/drums. Filter are ok when used carefully. I use it as preset machine and I made my own sounds with other stuff. Cool thing is, that I can control it from my AN1x straight cause it uses basic CC numbers.

Well, just my opinions. But for the money it is kick ass allarounder for the studio.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-05-2000 at 09:31
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